I recently bought this CD reissue, for those who know the orginal album from 1977, it is great. I am surprised that the Tabu label has been reactivated, & I'm glad it is, but right now as of this date, it's still only available as an import to the USA from England. I am surprised with the packaging, it's very good but the removing the disc fron it's sleeve is a bit tricky, it's tight. No more broken plastic hubs espcially with digi-pack or orginal jewel case. The mastering of this disc seems a bit bass shy, but it's still acceptable to me, but could be a bit more bass pronounced. The liner notes are great and shed light on Brainstorm, a funk band who I really didn't know too much about. I cannot remember if the lyrics were included with the original Tabu/RCA vinyl release, they are welcome here. As for the bonus tracks the 7:39 version of Lovin' Is Really My Game is the track that attracted me to this re-release (track 12). I guess it was a 12" disco double A side release. The 2 versions Wake Up And Be Somebody (tracks 10 & 11) and the 7" single A & B sides of Lovin' Is Really My Game (tracks 13 & 14) are for completists, but still nessary here. I am glad for having all five of these bonus tracks. Listing to the whole CD release takes me back to when I was a 21 year old young man and life seemed simpler. I have to thank by friend, Steve for turning me onto the original Tabu/RCA vinyl release amny years ago and let me transfer it to cassette, and then later to CD-R. If you like this style of "old-school" funk, this CD is for you.